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post #4 of (permalink) Old 01-28-2014, 03:32 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by baldylox View Post
Where are you riding?

When, on piste, do you carve (tail follows same track as nose, without skidding at all. Looks like this)?

What don't you like about your current rig?
Thanks for the reply, both.

Sadly to say, I really have not been paying attention to the boards I have been riding the first 10-12 years of snowboarding. I simply asked for a board, stated my experience and rode the stuff they passed me.....well...

So, I have no knowledge if my previous boards have been cambered or not.
I do carve, i can ride like the guy in the video, most of the time.

I ride in Europe, I will go to the US and do a heliski tour before i turn 50 but it is a long and expensive trip, most likely attended without the family for max exposure .

I do not have a current rig, this willl be the first board I own myself.
Kinda liked not to care about wrecking the rental bords but I need to have my own gear now.

In regards to previous boards, found some photos. Had a rental burton Cruzer 164W 3-4 years ago, found it very (too) easy to ride.

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